Boston, MA Zip Codes

Location: Boston, MA
Zip Codes: ‘02101’, ‘02102’, ‘02103’, ‘02104’, ‘02105’, ‘02106’, ‘02107’, ‘02108’, ‘02109’, ‘02110’, ‘02111’, ‘02112’, ‘02113’, ‘02114’, ‘02115’, ‘02116’, ‘02117’, ‘02118’, ‘02119’, ‘02120’, ‘02121’, ‘02122’, ‘02123’, ‘02124’, ‘02125’, ‘02127’, ‘02128’, ‘02133’, ‘02163’, ‘02196’, ‘02199’, ‘02201’, ‘02202’, ‘02203’, ‘02204’, ‘02205’, ‘02206’, ‘02207’, ‘02208’, ‘02209’, ‘02210’, ‘02211’, ‘02212’, ‘02215’, ‘02216’, ‘02217’, ‘02222’, ‘02241’, ‘02266’, ‘02283’, ‘02284’, ‘02293’, ‘02295’, ‘02297’

Governor Determined to make California leader in Solar Energy

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is determined to make California a leader in solar energy. With a US $ 3.2 Billion Dollar California Solar Initiative, the State of California would become the undisputed leader of solar energy in the United States. Faced with a growing population, limited energy sources and the occasional rolling blackout each summer season, the state really had no choice. With backing from Governor Schwarzenegger, the state has just implemented the biggest solar industry subsidy every undertaken by a state in an effort to address the rising energy demand.

On January 12, 2006, the California Public Utilities Commission voted 3 to 1 to adopt a plan to encourage the use of solar roof systems by residents through a 3.2 billion dollar rebate plan. Known as the California Solar Initiative, the goal is to convert as much as six percent of the peak energy demands in the state to solar platforms. Put in practical terms, the goal is place solar systems on roughly one million homes in the state, particularly new homes. Approximately 15,000 homes in the state now have solar systems for energy generation. Continue reading Governor Determined to make California leader in Solar Energy

Life After Hurricane Katrina

With less than 24 hours to go before hurricane Katrina hit land, my wife and I started to pack up the car to leave St Bernard Parish Louisiana. We had to have the brakes repaired only an hour before we left. We had to depend on the kindness of a neighbor who was frantically working on the car as we loaded it with those things the officials said we should take with us.

We loaded a few changes of clothing our important papers and our dog, Patches. We went to pick up an older gentlemen whose daughter could not pick him up because she lived north of Lake Ponchartrain which was already nearly impassible. He was a member of our church and we faithfully picked him up for every service because he could hardly walk on his own. Looking back now we know he would not be alive if we had not gone to get him out of his house. Continue reading Life After Hurricane Katrina

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